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California to legalize eating roadkill

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill last weekend, making it legal to cook and eat roadkill, according to several reports.

The “roadkill bill,” (Senate Bill 395) which goes into effect in 2022, will allow people to salvage and eat animals they unintentionally hit or find on the road in the state, KCAL-TV reported.

Those wanting to eat the roadkill would need to obtain a salvage permit in exchange for information about the animal, where and how it was killed in an effort to eliminate waste of carcasses and to better understand how to make roads safer for drivers and animals.

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“When you look at the statistics, the number of injuries and accidents and fatalities, it’s about time,” State Sen. Bob Archuleta, D-Pico Rivera, said, according to KCAL. “If we can save one life, save one animal, I think we’ve done the right thing here.”

University of California, Davis estimates 20,000 deer are killed on California roadways each year, but no department officially tracks the numbers, The Mercury News reported.

“We desperately need systematic data reporting on vehicle collisions with wildlife in California, and CalTrans isn’t going to do it unless directed to by statute,” Brian Nowicki with the Center for Biological Diversity, said, according to The Mercury News.

Under the law, if the animal is still alive the Department of Fish and Wildlife will decide whether or not to put it down.

Opponents of the bill say that it could lead to some drivers purposefully striking animals in the road.

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Eating roadkill is currently illegal under state law and “unlawful possession of wildlife” could carry a $6,000 fine and six months in jail, although it is rarely cited, KQED reported.

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Pelosi uses image in Trump tweet as Twitter cover photo

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Just hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said they stormed out of a Wednesday meeting with President Trump on Syria, the California Democrat updated her Twitter cover banner with an image of her in a tense exchange with the president.

Supporters applauded Pelosi’s decision to use the photo — which was earlier tweeted out by the president — as an example of standing up to a bully, while critics saw it as an example of the Democrats fighting the president at every turn.

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Trump tweeted the image earlier and captioned it, “Nervous Nancy’s unhinged meltdown!”

The meeting, by all accounts, was unproductive. Schumer and Pelosi told reporters at the White House that Trump “had a meltdown,” and called the speaker either a “third-rate” politician of a “third-grade” politician.

“I pray for the president all the time, and I tell him that — I pray for his safety and that of his family. Now, we have to pray for his health — because this was a very serious meltdown on the part of the president,” Pelosi said later.

As the Democrats walked out, Trump reportedly remarked, “I’ll see you at the polls.”

The bad blood between Trump and Pelosi has been widely reported and with the 2020 presidential election on the horizon, their relationship has deteriorated.

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Pelosi most recently criticized Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria — portraying it as an abandonment of the Syrian Kurds — and has called for a formal impeachment inquiry into an alleged pressure campaign involving Ukraine to investigate the Bidens.

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Warren apparently gets the facts wrong in anecdote during CNN interview

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, during an interview after the CNN presidential debate Tuesday night, recalled a man with multiple sclerosis speaking at one of her town halls about his fight for health care — but video from the event showed she apparently got her facts wrong.

CNN commentator Van Jones pressed Warren on her stance of Medicare-for-all, specifically whether she “cares” about people’s freedom to opt out of a government-run health care plan.

“What I care about is that they don’t get pushed out,” Warren responded.

The Massachusetts senator then recalled a town hall attendee she engaged with on the campaign trail.

“I had a young man stand up at a town hall and explain that he had been diagnosed with MS, and his insurance company refused to pay for one of his treatments,” Warren continued. “He had started down the treatment line, and his explanation of it was, there he was, he had insurance, he fights with his insurance company, ‘no no no no no,’ until he finally ends up in the public system.”

“But understand this, he described it as I have now a lesion in my brain that is an inch long that I will carry for all my life… An insurance company, a man who was fully insured, said ‘You know, we’re just not going to pay for this.’”

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As Mediaite pointed out, she made multiple errors.

The exchange Warren had with the town hall attendee took place last month in New Hampshire, where a man named Dylan said he was diagnosed with MS and described his situation.

However, as Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher explained, Dylan “was not covered by insurance, which was why his treatment lapsed, and he didn’t end up ‘in the public system,’ he was denied Medicare because the government deemed him insufficiently disabled.”

Here is what Dylan told Warren:

“I am someone who really relies on my health insurance a lot more than most people, I live with an invisible illness, multiple sclerosis, and I’ve been denied disability basically because, in their words, they don’t think I’m disabled enough.”

“And because of this I basically have to constantly fight to keep my health insurance, and over the summer I was kicked off, not my mistake, but I had to pay for it, and in about 3 months of me trying to get my insurance back, I was delayed from my disease modified therapy, which now resulted in a new centimeter-size lesion that’s going to follow me for life because someone tried to save a few dollars.”

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The Warren campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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Marion Barber, former Dallas Cowboys star, arrested on criminal mischief charges: reports

Marion Barber, a former running back for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, posted bond late Wednesday following his arrest on two misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief, authorities said.

The allegations stem from a July 2018 incident, but authorities would not release any details about what allegedly happened, the Dallas Morning News reported.

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Each count carries a potential penalty of one year behind bars and a $4,000 fine, the report said.

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Marion Barber, 36, was arrested on criminal mischief charges, authorities say. (Denton County Sheriff’s Office)

Barber, 36, was arrested Wednesday by Prosper police in Denton County, the newspaper reported.

In 2014, Barber was detained for a mental health evaluation after police were called to his home in Mansfield, Texas, but details were not clear. Barber was not arrested at the time.

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He played for the Cowboys from 2005 to 2010 after being selected by Dallas from the University of Minnesota in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He later played for the Chicago Bears, WFAA-TV of Dallas reported.

Barber amassed a total of 1,156 rushing yards and 53 rushing touchdowns during his NFL career, and scored another six touchdowns receiving, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com.

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Cory Booker’s ‘Robert Bork’ reference draws social media ridicule

Twitter users were laughing – maybe even in their sleep — at a comment Cory Booker made during Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate in Ohio.

At one point, Booker was asked if he would break up tech giants like Facebook and Amazon if he were elected president.

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“We need regulation and reform,” the U.S. senator from New Jersey responded. “And antitrust, I mean, Robert Bork right now is laughing in his sleep. We have a reality in this country where antitrust from pharma to farms is causing trouble, and we have to deal with this.”

The reference to Bork laughing in his sleep drew chuckles because the author of “The Antitrust Paradox” — who was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 but failed to win Senate confirmation – died in 2012 at age 85.

“Ummm, someone needs to tell Cory Booker that Robert Bork is not asleep,” one user wrote.

“If Robert Bork is asleep,” another chimed in, “Trump should wake him up and replace RBG with him to own the libs.”

Later in the debate, former Vice President Joe Biden took credit for helping to kill Bork’s Supreme Court nomination.

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U.S. Supreme Court nominee Robert H. Bork testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill, Sept. 16, 1987. (Associated Press)

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“When I defeated Robert Bork, I made sure we guaranteed a woman’s right to choose for the better part of a generation,” said Biden, a former U.S. senator from Delaware who chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee at the time.

Booker’s presidential aspirations may soon go the way of Bork’s Supreme Court nomination: A recent Fox News Poll showed more voters viewed Booker unfavorably than favorably – and showed 32 percent of voters saying they either never heard of Booker or had no opinion of him.

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Ingraham: Dems ‘contorting their views’ just to oppose Trump

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Laura Ingraham ripped the Democratic field Wednesday night and accused the party of changing their policies in order to oppose President Trump, specifically with the Syrian withdrawal.

“The president has worked tirelessly to drain the swamp with massive deregulation, phenomenal judges and a tax cut for working families. Markets are up. Wages are up. Unemployment is way down across all key demographic groups and on foreign policy. He has likewise been remarkably consistent on his pledge to put America first,” Ingraham said on “The Ingraham Angle” making the case for Trump. “He said he was gonna do this and he’s doing it. He’s winding down foreign entanglements, long term military interventions that I seem to recall Democrats used to be against.”

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Ingraham criticized Democrats for not supporting Trump even though Obama made the same points regarding foreign conflicts during his presidency. She also accused the Democratic presidential candidates of opposing the president for the sake of opposing him.

“By the end of the evening it was obvious that the Democrats will say and do at this point almost anything, including contort their own views on key issues just to oppose Trump,” Ingraham said, referencing the debate Tuesday night.

The host criticized former Vice President Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders for their policies.

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“The candidates think Trump’s a menace and he’s got to go. But other than that, their policy prescriptions are kind of a mishmash,” Ingraham said. “Biden thinks that if he wins, things are just magically go back to Obama. That whole era when Democrats were partying at the White House with Stevie Wonder and Tom Hanks. As for Warren and Sanders, you know, adopting a European style socialist approach, which last time I checked isn’t working anywhere in the world now.”

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Donald Trump Jr. responds to attacks from Hunter Biden

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Donald Trump Jr. responded to criticisms from Hunter Biden who held an interview with ABC News earlier this week.

Biden benefitted from his own father’s political positions as early as the 1990s when he was employed by one of Delaware’s largest employers at the time, Trump claimed Wednesday on “Hannity.”

“Right out of school, he gets a high paying job from MBNA — the biggest bank and the largest employer in the state of Delaware — where [his father] is conveniently a senator,” he said.

More than a decade ago, Charlotte-based Bank of America acquired the Wilmington, Del., company. Biden, now 49, previously had been an executive at MBNA beginning in 1996.

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During the interview, Trump also ripped Biden taking a position on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company as well as a Chinese private equity firm.

“They want to question my family,” he remarked.

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“If Donald Trump Jr. took one-point-five dollars from China — not $1.5 billion, Sean — just one-point-five dollars, we’d solve the fake news media problem because their heads would explode and there would be none of them left,” he said.

“It would be over if I did that for a ‘no-show’ job for $83,000 a month in Ukraine,” he claimed.

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In the ABC News interview, the younger Biden rejected concerns about President Trump’s two eldest sons, saying that Trump Jr. is “not somebody that I really care about” and rejecting a remark Eric Trump made at a recent rally for his father in Minneapolis about altering the “lock her up” chant to “lock him up” — referencing the 49-year-old.

“I’ve been through some real, real stuff,” Biden said in the interview. “This isn’t real stuff… ‘Barnum & Bailey’ — ‘say anything,’ ‘do anything you want’.”

On “Hannity,” Trump Jr. dismissed comparisons between the Biden children and the Trump children, saying his own family made its money in international business before the current president was elected.

“And, we gave up doing all new deals going forward,” he added.

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“The double standard is despicable,” Trump continued.

“Hunter Biden’s 50. I wasn’t off-limits when it started at 38 [years old] — Hunter Biden shouldn’t be off-limits now.”

Fox News’ Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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Another Iwo Jima flag-raiser was mis-ID’d, Marine Corps confirms: report

It’s one of the most iconic images from World War II: a group of U.S. Marines raising the American flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima.

And now the U.S. Marine Corps admits it has long misidentified one of the service members who took part in the flag-raising – three years after admitting a similar error.

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According to NBC News, a team of historians recently determined that one of the Marines in the photo was Cpl. Harold “Pie” Keller, not Pfc. Rene Gagnon, as had long been believed.

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U.S. Marines of the 28th Regiment, 5th Division, raise the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, on Feb. 23, 1945. (Joe Rosenthal/Associated Press)

The correction comes three years after a previous inquiry found that another of the flag-raisers was Pfc. Harold Schultz, not Navy hospital corpsman John Bradley, NBC reported.

The image of the Marines raising the flag was captured in 1945 by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal, who won a Pulitzer Prize for the shot. It was later the inspiration for the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial statue in Arlington County, Va., which was dedicated in 1954.

According to NBC, the latest correction to the list of flag-raising Marines resulted from a review by historians Stephen Foley, Dustin Spence and Brent Westmeyer, whose work was validated by investigators from the Marine Corps and the FBI.

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“Without the initiative and contributions of both private historians devoted to preservation of our history and the FBI’s Digital Evidence Laboratory, the Marine Corps would not have this opportunity to expand on the historical record of the second flag raising on Mount Suribachi,” the Marine Corps said in a statement, according to NBC.

With the recent correction, the list of six Marines in the iconic photo now includes Ira Hayes, Harold Schultz, Michael Strank, Harold “Pie” Keller and Harlen Block, according to NBC.

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But the Marine Corps added that, in a sense, it doesn’t matter which Marines were in the photo, because the image represents the hard work, determination and sacrifice of all who served.

“Regardless of who was in the photograph, each and every Marine who set foot on Iwo Jima, or supported the effort from the sea and air around the island is, and always will be, a part of our Corps’ cherished history,” the Marines’ statement read. “In the words of General David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps, ‘they are all heroes.’”

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Missouri sanitation worker caught on camera helping 88-year-old woman with dementia

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A sanitation worker in Missouri was caught on camera going out of his way to help an 88-year-old woman with dementia on Tuesday.

Colette Kingston of Kansas City told Fox News on Wednesday that she had a Ring security camera installed on her mother’s home in nearby Independence, Mo., so she could check on her mother, Opal Zucca, who has dementia.

“I get a notification on my phone when there is movement in her driveway,” Kingston said.

When she got an alert Tuesday afternoon, Kingston looked at the video and saw a sanitation worker holding her mother’s hand, walking with her up the driveway.

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“He was bringing up her trash can and just helping her walk up the driveway,” Kingston said. “It made me teary-eyed to see that someone would be so compassionate and caring.”

The sanitation worker, identified as Billy Shelby with Waste Management, was heard laughing with Zucca in the video.

“It’s good to see you,” Shelby told Zucca.

“It’s good seeing you too,” she responded. “God bless you as always, darling.”

He added, “Looking good. I like that hair. I got to work on mine.”

The gesture was “sweet and emotional,” Kingston said, and she appreciated it — especially because her mother tripped and hit her head while trying to retrieve the trash can in January.

Kingston said she had seen Shelby before on the camera helping her mother with the garbage.

“I’ve noticed him a few times on the camera returning the trash can, but not to this personal extent,” she said. “It’s like his own grandmother that he’s helping, like one of his family members.”

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Kingston said her mother looked forward to seeing Shelby every week and even would say a prayer for him when he came by.

“Just thanking God that he’s there doing his part to help her,” Kingston said.

She was able to identify the kind sanitation worker through the help of Facebook, Kingston pointed out.

“My niece posted it in several groups saying, ‘Does anybody know who this is?’ And then, one of her friends who works for Waste Management said she would help us, and then one of his close friends actually reached out to me,” Kingston explained.

Shelby came to Zucca’s house on Wednesday night, and Kingston got the opportunity to thank him in person.

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Kingston said Shelby and her family will attend a Kansas City Chiefs football game together next month. She’s coordinating with the team, which donated the tickets, to ensure he has a memorable experience.

“Knowing that somebody else would care for a stranger like they would their own family member, it reminds me that there are lots of good people still around,” Kingston said, adding that she thought Shelby and her mother will have a lasting friendship.

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Jason Momoa opens up about his personal life in interview with Esquire

“Aquaman” star Jason Momoa may look like a tough action hero to some, but he has a softer side, too.

Not only is he an actor, but the “Game of Thrones” star is also a rock climber, a husband and father, an environmentalist, an entrepreneur and a filmmaker. He recently told Esquire he enjoys his Guinness ice-cold, loves dogs, and especially loves his kids and wife Lisa Bonet.

Momoa and Bonet have been together for 12 years and have two children, a 12-year-old daughter Lola and a 10-year-old son Wolf. Momoa is also a stepfather to Bonet’s daughter with her ex-husband Lenny Kravitz, 30-year-old Zoe Kravitz.

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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet at the 91st Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Momoa revealed to Esquire that his kids don’t go to him for secrets.

“I’d tell Mom right away,” he admitted.

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Momoa said he wants his children to understand what their dad does all day for a living.

“They got raised on the Justice League set,” he told Esquire. “Running around with the Batmobile… wearing the tiara from Wonder Woman.”

But he also wants Lola and Wolf to understand and respect the world outside of a film set, he said.

Momoa has involved his children in protesting against climate change and fighting for environmental protection, he said.

The actor said he has gigs lined up through 2022 but tries his best to stay active in his children’s and wife’s lives.

Momoa said he installed a rock climbing wall in his house and is teaching his kids how to belay, a technique used by climbers to keep tension on a rope while another person is climbing.

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He reminisced about his rise in the Hollywood scene, including his first TV role on “Baywatch: Hawaii” when he was 20.

“I fell in love with the art of acting. But no one took me seriously. Baywatch isn’t known for its […] quality of acting. I couldn’t get an agent to save my life,” Momoa said.

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Then he moved to Los Angeles and worked as a bouncer, living in a trailer until he finally got a part in a Lifetime movie, he told Esquire.

Momoa’s latest project is the Apple TV+ show called “See,” which is slated to debut Nov. 1.

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